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post #31 of 36

Do you know what those stars are? I've earned 6 culinary awards you most likely don't know about because I'm not on food network. Three  DiRona

(Distinguished Restaurants of North America). Three American Academy Five Diamond Awards. You sound young get back on the porch.

post #32 of 36

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post #33 of 36

I wonder if that was meant as a PM?

post #34 of 36

i think  white b/c when you see a chef there spoust to be clean and wearing white shows how clean you are  thats just what i think   i work at a banqute center and i onley ware black when im a a meat carveing table .

nothing in life is to harde your just not trying so never give up kmz
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nothing in life is to harde your just not trying so never give up kmz
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post #35 of 36

bib apron over a dishwasher snap up with green or black usgi fatigues and 6" steel toe work boots. wouldn't work in anything else.

post #36 of 36

I have just bought a set of black chef wear (trousers and jacket) and i personaly found out that it actually shows up the dirt more than white. Any kind of powder sticks to it very easily and becomes very messy very quickly!

 

Black and white checkerd are the best kind of trousers to but because the are designed to camoflauge the dirt and stains meaking the trousers apeal cleaner. Is the denim colour good or bad for stains? Any other clour sugestions?

 

Cheers.

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